Adam REPINGTON William REPINGTON Albrida REPINGTON Sir John DE CAMOYS Marian LAMBARD Mini tree diagram


Life History

before 1372

Death of Sir John DE CAMOYS

Other facts


Married Sir John DE CAMOYS


  • The fact that her name was Elizabeth is based purely on a somewhat incomplete account of the Camoys family from Complete Peerage, 2 (1912): 506-510:
    'Sir John de Camoys, of Norfolk, younger son, living 1362, married
    (2nd) ?Elizabeth ____ (doubtless a near kinswoman of William le
    Latimer, K.G., 4th Lord Latimer).'
  • Burke's Peerage has this detail:
    'Adam Repington, justice of the peace and custos rotulorum for the hundreds of Caston and Holland, in the county of Lincoln, and also standard-bearer to Richard II. Obtaining by gift from his royal master the wardship of Marian, dau. and heiress of Henry Lambard, he espoused that lady, and with her acquired certain lands in Long Sutton, in the county of Lincoln.
    By the heiress of Lambard, who died in 1399, he left, with two daughters, the elder married to Sir John Camoys, knt. and the younger, Albrida, to Adam Kesbie, of Ashover, in Derbyshire, a son and successor.'

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